We’ve seen very few mainstream media outlets even admitting the basic facts of the “Ukraine Democracy War,” let alone say outright that the Ukraine should simply surrender immediately.
However, retired Army General Mark T. Kimmitt has penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal about the fact that the US and the rest of the West is running out of weapons to send to the Ukraine, and calls for a Ukrainian surrender.
Kimmitt says that right now, the US and NATO are already beginning to strip their own militaries of necessary weapons in order to send them to be pissed away in the Ukraine, and we’re to the point where the West won’t have weapons to fight Russia in the case that they invade Europe.
I don’t think Russia is going to invade Europe, but if they are able to just wipe out all of the weapons of NATO in the Ukraine, to the point where Europe is defenseless, then there would be no reason not to invade Europe. At that point, Putin would pretty much be obligated to do it.
Mr. Zelensky must recognize that diminishing resupplies would have a disastrous effect on his army, not merely for battlefield operations but for the message of declining outside support it would send to the people of Ukraine. Beginning the diplomatic resolution would be distasteful, and perhaps seen as defeatist, but as there is little chance of climbing out of the current morass, it may be better to negotiate now than later.
In modern high-intensity warfare, logistics is the Achilles’ heel. Good training, great tactics and brave soldiers are critical, but without weapons, food and fuel, armies grind to a halt. That may be what is happening as the battlefield becomes static and a breakthrough looks unlikely.
The military often talks about the ability to see things clearly and comprehensively. Looking into a future of protracted war, diminishing high-tech systems and mounting casualties, Mr. Zelensky and NATO must face up to tough decisions before those decisions are forced on them.
As far as I know of Kimmitt, he is a neocon. He is not coming from a nationalist, Christian, or borderline pro-Russian view like retired Colonel Douglas MacGregor. He’s just saying something as a fact: “we don’t have any more weapons to send these people.”
He’s talking about trying to save as much of the Ukraine as possible, because as the weapons run out, Russia will have the advantage, and will capture more territory faster.
I think this is kind of a turning point, to have this op-ed published. We’ve been hearing for a while that the US is depleting stores from active duty military to send to get destroyed or captured or sold to terrorists, and as we know, producing these weapons not only takes a long time, but many of them require parts that are only made in China.
At some point, the West is going to have to surrender to Russia, because the Ukraine is not going to have any military left. Because of the level of censorship, the Ukraine military is able to strategically use human shields to make their soldiers last a lot longer. They camp in cities and just fire from residential areas, and because the Russian military has this mandate to minimize civilian casualties, the Russians have to take a lot of time in wiping out the Ukraine forces.
Everyone that I know of that was an expert on this didn’t think it would take anywhere near this long. So I don’t feel bad I expected it to be shorter. No one really thought the Ukraine would be able to get away with what they’re getting away with. If you just look at this situation of the Ukraine shelling the nuclear plant, trying to attack UN inspectors, and the way the media is covering it up, and you see that these Jews can just get away with anything.
But it can’t last forever. Ultimately, you hit the fact that there are only so many men in the Ukraine, and they are losing soldiers every day. Now, you’re hitting the fact that there aren’t any more weapons.